Accessing the Alfresco repository from SharePoint is a big opportunity for some organizations who are looking to avoid to store everything in SharePoint and to centralize their documents in Alfresco. Taking the opportunity with the new version 1.1 of CMIS, we decided to build UI components on top of SharePoint using only common web technologies i.e. JS, HTML or CSS. The goal of these components is to be highly configurable and easy to customize depending of use cases.
This session will cover:
- Available features provided to manage your repository or to use faceted search
- How we build these UI components
- How we packaged our components in different WebParts or AppParts for SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013 and Office365
- How we can re-use the same component to provide easily an Alfresco access in any web container (including Drupal, Alfresco, WordPress, Liferay…)